Some of our favorite local Washington, D.C. partners and products
Ice Cream Jubilee
Inventive Ice Cream
Victoria Lai, Founder
Victoria began making ice cream in her apartment because it made her happy. She then decided to deliberately add passion, creativity, color and flavor to every area of her life. After five years of inventing ice cream flavors, she launched Ice Cream Jubilee in 2014 and was voted People’s Choice for Best Ice Cream at the D.C. Scoop competition that same year.
Stephanie Williams, Founder
What started as “from-scratch” granola in her family’s kitchen has turned into a snacking phenomenon in the D.C. area. How? Stephanie Williams got tired of the options for her growing kids and took matters into her own culinary hands by kneading together these tasty granola snacks. Not cereal and not a bar, these bites are Oh-Mazing!<br><br>
Mason Dixie Biscuit Co.
Ayeshah Abuelhiga & Ross Perkins, Co-Owners
Mason Dixie Biscuit Co. crafts delicious biscuits in Washington, D.C. Each of their biscuits is made with less than 10 ingredients and creamy buttermilk. They are sold frozen and are ready to bake into buttery, flaky perfection at home — all a part of what makes Mason Dixie Biscuit Co. the biscuit-making staple it’s become.<br>
Mishi Ko, Founder
Mishi Ko has always been passionate about baking. When she opened her own bakery in Washington, D.C., she wanted to add in an element of uniqueness. Mixi Squares serves delicious, gourmet bakery items — all in the shape of a square. Yes, really.<br>
Joe & Mandy Neuman, Cofounders
Sloppy Mama’s BBQ is an authentic American BBQ eatery in Washington, D.C. Husband-wife duo, Joe and Mandy, founded Sloppy Mama’s BBQ in 2014 after the pig roast at their wedding was a huge success and their friends just simply couldn’t get enough. Their goal? To make the best smoked meat and put a smile on BBQ-lovin’ faces.<br><br>
Marilyn & Sara Polon, Cofounders
Located in Washington, D.C., Souper Girl serves up soup options that are vegan, kosher, gluten-free and nut-free. Souper Girl was founded by mother-daughter team, Marilyn and Sara Polon, who continue to bring inspired, delicious soup to their D.C. community.<br><br>
Jenna Huntsberger, Founder
Jenna Huntsberger had a simple mission when she started Whisked! bakery in Washington, D.C., in 2011: savor the sweet moments. Now, she encourages everybody to do so through soft-baked, chewy cookies, pies and savory quiches. <br>
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